Solar Power International - SPI 2019

Solar Power International (SPI) is one of the fastest-growing conventions in North America revolving around solar energy. It has diversified its event to include energy storage, hydrogen fuel cell, microgrids and smart energy to provide a more comprehensive story discussing the rapid development of technology in the renewable energy industry.

The event brings together energy experts from around the world with common criteria to advance renewable energy infrastructure and to nurture the exchange of ideas to make resource conservation a reality in the United States.

SPI provides attendees the chance to engage and interact with other energy professionals in the industry. At the event will be various companies exhibiting their latest technology and products that are used in renewable energy infrastructures today.

Accuenergy will be exhibiting in booth #5256 at Solar Power International 2019 between September 23 - 26. On display will be our energy measurement products - power meters, current transformers and communication devices. Meet our team of energy experts to discuss how our products can help monitor the performance of your solar power installations.

  • Find Accuenergy at:
  • Booth #5256, Smart Energy Section
  • Salt Palace Convention Center
  • 100 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, USA

Our metering products are designed to measure and log AC and DC bi-directional currents from inverters, solar panels, branch circuits and more.

AcuDC 240 Series

DC meters such as the AcuDC 243 are able to provide metering and monitoring solution as renewable energy and microgrid projects continue to growth in North America.

DC Shunts

DC shunts are cost-effective sensors used to measure the electrical output of systems using DC energy. They are used in various application including renewable energy.

Hall Effect Sensors – HAK Series

Hall effect current sensors provides a natural protective field isolating the sensor from high electrical fluctuations from the conductor perfect for sensitive environments.

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